Mar 23, 2019 9:09 pm
Hi guys, my wife and I just couldn't figure out how we can make our bathrooms elegant and stylish. Our current layout is quite ordinary and my wife would want to come up with a layout that would make her happy.
Can you please give us your insight? We're thinking of putting a bath tub in the master's bathroom but it might not fit. We would also like to put double vanity in the common bathroom.
Re: Need help on our bathroom layout2
Apr 18, 2019 3:07 pm
You could probably do this in your main bathroom. Move the vanity to the opposite side of the wall so that 2 basin can fit without blocking the shower door, change the direction of the bathroom door opening so you can see the vanity first when you enter the bathroom and not the toilet. Move the toilet on the opposite side next to shower. Please see suggestion below:
With the ensuite, due to space you will need to reduce WIR if you like a bath tub here. You can either keep the hinged door as is in the WIR or change to sliding door. With the shower, you might need to extend the length so that the shower door won't hit the bath tub when opening, you can also change the direction of the shower door opening (instead from right to left, change to left to right. You will need to reduce the length of vanity so two basin can still fit. With the window here, it's good if you move it to the centre above the bath tub.
Please see photo below:
Re: Need help on our bathroom layout3
May 04, 2019 8:20 pm
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